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October 30, 2012

This Rape Porn Isn’t Legitimate Rape Porn, You Guys!

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What’s the difference between rape porn, legitimate rape porn and “gift from God” rape porn? We’re not one-hundred percent sure, but we can tell you that the synopsis for Men At Play‘s new scene “The Cube” has caused a handful of complaints due to the studio’s usage of the word “rape”. Here’s the unedited, original description below:

“Back In February Justin Harris was sexually assaulted by police officers during an emergency call out to his home in ‘Cop off’. He suddenly retracted the allegations only weeks later and all further investigations in to the accused officers were dropped.
 But in Menatplays new must-see movie – ‘The Cube’, we witness the real reason the charges were dropped.

“Detectives Cavin Knight and Scott Carter use intimidation and ultimately force to rape young Justin and get him to sign a statement of retraction. Leather gloved Carter, rips open Justins suit to finger him hard. Knight joins in the abuse as they force both their cocks down Justins gagging throat then after giving him a good spit roasting they take it turns to fuck him and rough him up, confident that his squeals will never be heard from inside ‘The Cube’.”

The studio apologizes in a follow-up e-mail for their “error in judgment”, takes a moment to brag about how popular the scene is, then offers up a “corrected” synopsis without the word “rape”. Oh, and if that’s not classy enough for you, they also take an opportunity to promote their 2-FOR-1 SALE (which is running until November 2nd, in case you want to save money watching this totally NOT rape scene).

In conclusion, Justin Harris’ character isn’t getting raped in this video, because he liked getting forcefully abused by these two police officers! If he didn’t want it, the male body has ways to try to shut that whole thing down, you know? It clearly makes sense. Clearly.

– Dewitt

Photo credit: Men At Play

Click through to watch Scott and Cavin not rape Justin Harris:

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THE APOLOGY: “Due to an error in judgement we incorrectly used the word ‘rape’ in the synopsis to our latest update ‘The Cube’ which seems to have caused some complaints. We would like to guarantee that the movie does not portray rape nor do we condone it in any way.

“As any who knows Menatplay will know, we often play with themes of forceful sex, power and dominance in sexual fantasies.’The Cube’ is proving to be hugely popular with members, with sales going through the roof, especially because of the 2for1 promotion that we currently have (see image above) We have received no complaints from members, much to the contrary they are giving us amazing feedback. We apologise if we have caused any offence to any of you.”

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THE “CORRECTED” SYNOPSIS: “Back In February Justin Harris was allegedly harassed by police officers during an emergency call out to his home in ‘Cop off’. He suddenly retracted the allegations only weeks later and all further investigations in to the accused officers were dropped.
 But in Menatplay’s new must-see movie – ‘The Cube’, we witness the real reason the charges were dropped.”

“Detectives Cavin Knight and Scott Carter use every trick in the book to get him to sign a statement of retraction. But when Justin declines repeatedly, leather gloved Carter is forced to get physical and rips open Justin’s suit to finger him hard. Knight joins in as they force both their cocks down Justin’s gagging throat then after giving him a good spit roasting they take it turns to fuck him and rough him up, confident that the his screams of pleasure will not be heard outside ‘The Cube’.”

Oh! They ripped a hole in his pants, fingered him hard and forced their cocks down his throat? But it’s okay because he liked it? That totally doesn’t sound like rape at all!

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Watch the full TOTALLY NOT RAPE scene now at Men At Play!

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sabazius 6:13am on October 31, 2012

arranging a sex rape scenerio - actually changes the trauma so that the person sets it up and is in control of it more then you would think. It's about transforming the entire trauma - it can be a very healing thing. And when you take a situation and redesign it - you have mastery of how you think. And nothing is good or bad - but thinking makes it so ... *Shakespeare* Send me your rebuttals and arguements and then hang up before you dial the last button. OK? Because I was raped at 5 and kidnapped, it was incredible but when I returned no one wanted to talk about it. And when I organized a rape scenerio I didn't know when - it was 3 weeks later ... where? I didn't know. And it healed something so deal - I had a profound happiness - that has made me a believer in organizing a tailor made drama for any reason, at anytime.

  • Jackie

    Brilliant conclusion to your post 🙂

  • Jackie

    Brilliant conclusion to your post 🙂

  • i dont get the big deal, this is a common trope in porn and just because they used the word rape people are all up in arms. this society is getting way too analytical of certain words.

  • big boy

    When it comes to Rape, the GOP understands it etter then anyone, because they believe a child born from rape is a “gift from God” we’re gonna need a gift from God if they win the election

  • Septimus67

    There is no way those two hotties could rape me–I would be begging them not to stop!

  • Guy

    I don’t care what you call it.
    Whatever is happening to Justin Harris in this video should be happening to me.

  • TWEWY

    If you want a “legitimate” rape song stuck in your head listen to this!

    Hopefully I don’t get in trouble for posting this it’s catchy.

  • If that’s what happens when you are “allegedly abused” by the police officers, then I’m about to go on a crime spree of some sort.

  • graphicjack

    I’m sure if you or someone you know and love had been raped, you’d find it offensive that companies are profiting from the glamourizing and sexualization of rape. Try, just for a second, to put yourself in someone else’s shoes and you might, just might, understand why people are up in arms about this.

    I find “rape” scenarios in porn to be a bit sick, personally. Rape is not sexual, it’s about violence, humiliation and power. It’s nothing to glamourize, but we already glamourize other forms of violence in our society, so why not rape, I guess. If it was just a “rough” video with the bottom clearly wanting to be roughed up in role play, that’s one thing, but making light of rape and turning it into something that’s marketable and “hot” is pretty f-ed up.

  • Bohemond

    It’s a tricky issue. Actual rape is a horrible violation and not at all pleasant for the victim. But rape fantasies are extremely widespread among both men and women, straight and gay. Consensual rape isn’t actual rape; it’s an arousing form of role-playing and there’s nothing wrong with it. I think most people who are likely to view MAP videos understand that the video is a fantasy.

  • Commenter

    Rape is a serious matter and only sick fucks are actually turned on by it, even if it’s just a fantasy.

    Kudos to Men At Play for forthrightly acknowledging and apologizing for its error and for re-characterizing the action in this hot-looking video the way it did.

  • RavelTrouser

    I understand your sentiment. I’d also point out though that ascribing so much to a word while ignoring the context it is used in is irresponsible. If your family died in a terrible housefire, should you be able to be offended by Back Draft? These are not perfectly analogous examples but represented rape in an adult film wherein the audience knows that everyone involved is not only a willing participant but is furthermore a paid willing participant ought to be enough to take the sting out of the use of the word rape. The scenario of forceful sexual dynamics that are more about dominance and power are something that do turn on a large number of people and such fantasies are quite seperate from the act it is linked to. Also the definition of rape has changed over time and if one is so sensitive because of a horrific experience they or someone they know and love experienced they better never set foot into a production of the musical The Fantasticks, or read Jonathan Swift.

  • RavelTrouser

    I understand your sentiment. I’d also point out though that ascribing so much to a word while ignoring the context it is used in is irresponsible. If your family died in a terrible housefire, should you be able to be offended by Back Draft? These are not perfectly analogous examples but represented rape in an adult film wherein the audience knows that everyone involved is not only a willing participant but is furthermore a paid willing participant ought to be enough to take the sting out of the use of the word rape. The scenario of forceful sexual dynamics that are more about dominance and power are something that do turn on a large number of people and such fantasies are quite seperate from the act it is linked to. Also the definition of rape has changed over time and if one is so sensitive because of a horrific experience they or someone they know and love experienced they better never set foot into a production of the musical The Fantasticks, or read Jonathan Swift.

  • RavelTrouser

    AMAZING. going on my facebook page.

  • darson256

    I was about to make the exact point. This is not some i-phone footage shot thru a bedroom window. It’s porn shot in a studio. People and their righteous indignation need to take a suppository and relax.

  • sabazius

    arranging a sex rape scenerio – actually changes the trauma so that the person sets it up and is in control of it more then you would think. It’s about transforming the entire trauma – it can be a very healing thing. And when you take a situation and redesign it – you have mastery of how you think. And nothing is good or bad – but thinking makes it so … *Shakespeare* Send me your rebuttals and arguements and then hang up before you dial the last button. OK? Because I was raped at 5 and kidnapped, it was incredible but when I returned no one wanted to talk about it.
    And when I organized a rape scenerio I didn’t know when – it was 3 weeks later …
    where? I didn’t know. And it healed something so deal – I had a profound happiness – that has made me a believer in organizing a tailor made drama for any reason, at anytime.